Childhood Fears

That tree branch tapping at the bedroom window on a moonlit, windy night often assumes a more terrifying form when it enters the imagination of the child trembling underneath the covers. In this Children's Channel video podcast, Laura Rocker, MD, a child psychiatrist at Akron Children's Hospital, discusses how fears are a natural part of growing up, and what parents can do to help limit the sleepless nights.

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